Convention in two parts for Agrati Group, one of the nicest Italian entrepreneurial realities, created by a manufacturer of iron and gates and turned into a multinational in the fastening segment (screws, nails, etc.) with a yearly revenue of 450 million euro and three headquarters worldwide. The event, which was organized by Giumelli Agency, saw the participation of fourteen hundred people, including employees and VIP guests, and took place in two large halls of the factory in Veduggio, rearranged as event hall by Tecnoconference Europe–Del Fio Group, which produced all the communication and provided all the technical services.
Tecnoconference Europe aimed to convey to the employees the feeling of being part of a large global company, rich not only in technology but also in values and human capital (not coincidentally the claim was Open Day, Open World, Open People). The afternoon of the first day the 200 VIP guests (the most important customers) attended the executive board in the meeting room obtained from one of the two hangars, dissected by walls that formed an area for cocktails and coffee breaks, as well as a restaurant with cuisine. In an impressive 18 mt long and 7 high background, on a 2 thousand sq. m. surface lit with impressive American facilities, Tecnoconference Europe set one LED screen more than forty sq. m. wide, on which images were projected by a three-camera full HD direction operated by an impressive emission direction alternating the live images to the many fine graphic contributions. This effect got to be multiplied the next day, when the walls were torn down and the audience reached the thousand seats for the Open Day dedicated to the employees.
At the end of the meeting the curtains were opened on a second hangar housing the catering area, a buffet with eight tables, an area for children with wizards and babysitting and eight stands representative of the various departments of the company. The Open Day ended up with a performance by a rock band and a show by the renowned Italian TV-star Valerio Staffelli.